I don't know what is going on, but I am having trouble with FSNW and watching Pac10 football games. I have had the Direct TV Extra Sports Package for about 5 years and it gives me all the Fox Sports channels plus more like Fuel, ESPN, etc. I think I pay an extra $10 a month for it. (By the way in live in Southern California if you didn't notice) This college season I am not getting games I used to on FSNW or any other Fox Sports channels. For instance, tonight Cal vs. ASU is on FSNW, which (of course) is a replay and I can't watch it. I wanted to watch ASU to see how we matched up with them. I have never had this problem. Some WSU games I am not able to view on FSNW, I have to watch it on Fox Sports Prime Ticket. It is all confusing, because why would this change now. Did the Pac10 change something? Did the TV contract morph? Now I have to be careful which channel I record the game on, because I might not get it. I have to guess which one of the Fox Sports channels the game will actually be played on, because sometimes they will list it on 6 channels or more. Did they change the contract or something? Is anyone else having this problem? This is extremely irritating. Is anyone else outside of the Northwest having these problems? I hope this doesn't happen during the basketball season. This is the first year I am having these problems. I just want a Pac10 network, with premium games played on ESPN and ABC. I am so glad Tom Hansen is gone, he kept this conference in the dark ages. Laziness. I think I need to write a letter to Larry Scott to make sure he hooks up a simple TV package--for every game--that everyone has access to on every cable provider. We are in 2010 where you can watch virtually anything in the world, except Pac10 sports in another state. Would someone call Hansen and let him know that the wheel was invented?